Computer Music August 2019
P2P | 13.06.2019 | Include PDF | 2.94 GB
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The ultimate, next-level DAW experience. ACID Pro Next Suite has it all, whatever your music production requires. All features from ACID Pro Next. More new instrument, effects and sounds. Experience audio separation powered by zynaptiq® STEM MAKER – not found in any other DAW – and the MIDI Playable Chopper remix tool. And of course all the great new technologies, including Melodyne essential and the 32-bit VST bridge.
Miroslav Philharmonik 2 gives you more than an orchestra’s worth of sounds — it lets you conjure the human expression and emotion behind every single one of its sounds. It gives you an expanding library of over 2,700 instruments that each have been recorded with beautiful high-resolution sound to meet the exacting standards of Miroslav Vitous himself. You get soaring strings, animated woodwinds and majestic brass plus a majestic 9’ concert grand piano, an elegant harpsichord, stately orchestral chimes, angelic harps, a kinetic concert marimba, a warm and rich vibraphone and a lively glockenspiel that all feature that same uniquely human touch that made the original Miroslav Philharmonik such a highly regarded classic. With these sounds, you won’t just be playing notes, you’ll be playing the passion of the master musicians behind the instrument samples themselves. And because of this, every instrument just seems to “fit.”
If there’s one thing you need when manufacturing instruments it’s patience. Vita Solo Instruments are no different. Every sound is carefully modeled and recorded using various microphone settings. This lets you authentically reproduce the unmistakable sounds of gently plucked nylon guitar strings, epic string instruments or harsh, powerful synthesizers and then adapt them.
”Dramatic. A force of nature. Unpredictable and almost cinematic.” When asked how to put words to the term post-rock, these were the first that came to mind for Birgir Jón Birgisson and Arnar Gíslason, engineer and drummer behind the EZX with the same name. And there is likely no better setting to capture the very essence of just that than in Iceland’s Sundlaugin Studios. In an ever-shifting landscape chiseled from millions of years of volcanic lava, with a waterfall a stone’s throw away and with a glacier stream literally running beneath it, there it sits on the outskirts of Reykjavik. And if you look out the window at the scenic wonder where extremes on opposite ends of the scale fuse and melt together into something untamed, wild and unpredictable, it’s easy to understand why this is the ultimate backdrop for music with the very same dramaturgy. Welcome to possibly the world’s most comprehensive palette of drums tailored for post-rock – kits fit for anything from the most subtle, open soundscapes to explosive outbursts and crescendos.